If you get a chance to see the exhibit you'll get an opportunity to travel through time, travel the world, and travel through literature. The CityArts Co-op is holding a meet and greet for visitors to have an opportunity to meet the artists and discuss techniques and inspiration.
The Panama City Arts Cooperative is the largest of its kind in Northwest Florida and also features dance and art classes. The unique "Travelin" exhibit is being presented by Chautauqua Learn and Serve Charter School and the Public Eye.
The Chautauqua School caters to people with disabilities but makes a strong point to give back to the community. There community service mission is present in the art work on display at the exhibit.
Heather Parker from the CityArts Co-op says the gallery features colorful depictions of your favorite artists and writers.
"We are featuring travel through community service, traveling through time, traveling through literature and just traveling for the sake of traveling!" said Parker.
"Travelin'" is on exhibit through August 4th and there will be another opportunity to meet with the artists next Saturday at the gallery in downtown Panama City.